Marina Parvin, a researcher using feminist participatory-action methodologies, collaborated with women including Aneema Rani Muda to investigate climate change adaptation strategies and policy responses among the Munda Indigenous people of Shyamnagar, Bangladesh. These Indigenous communities, especially women, are suffering the most due to dependence on natural resources. Bangladesh emits 44 times less carbon dioxide than the United States, yet is feeling the brunt of climate impacts such as erosion and sea level rise. To fight climate change, these women are adapting strategies such as rainwater harvesting and hanging gardens, and to generate a source of income, they have started crab farm. One of the Munda women, Rajkumari Munda, was even selected as a member of the Village Policing Committee. Photo credit: Asia Pacific Forum on Women and Development